In September, volunteers raised a lot of money for Chestnut Tree House by abseiling down Arundel Castle. Now they are doing something a bit different.
And the Santa Night iDrop is certainly different! An abseil like no other – a 450ft descent in open space. In the dark. Dressed as Santa. And all to raise vital funds for local life-limited children and their families.
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Taking place on Friday 23 November at the BAi360 in Brighton, there are only a few places left, so sign up by this Friday and be part of the first ever Night iDrop with Chestnut Tree House.
Registration is £50, and you need to raise a minimum sponsorship of £235 before Christmas – collectively, you will be paying for one hour of all Chestnut Tree House’s care services (£285).
Chestnut Tree House will provide the Santa suit, so all you need to do is sign up and get fundraising!
Find out more and sign up here: www.chestnut-tree-house.org.uk/santa-night-idrop